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WEBINAR: Intercultural Design Practice
WEBINAR: Intercultural Design Practice:
Examples from remote and regional Australia
Date | Monday 19 November 2018
QLD | 12:00pm - 1:00pm
VIC, NSW, ACT | 1:00pm - 2:00pm
WA | 10:00am - 11:00am
SA | 12:30pm - 1:30pm
NT | 11:30am - 12:30pm
Since the 1970s, many Australian architects have been considering how non-Indigenous designers can work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to achieve better built environments. A consistent message from this work has been the importance of employing inclusive, respectful, cross-cultural processes that engage all parties respectfully, understand the history of the people and place and, share knowledge and expertise in the process. Shaneen has worked collaboratively with Indigenous people on architectural projects to pursue new design methodologies that reflect these principles since 1995. This presentation provides an introduction to ‘intercultural design practice’ and gives examples of different tools and methods through project case studies.
Learning outcomes for this webinar include:
- Understanding the context of working on architecture projects with Indigenous people in regional and remote locations
- Respectful and inclusive engagement, what might that look like?
- Tips and tools that will assist you with this work
- Self-awareness in relation to architecture, culture, design and ways of working
Guest Speaker | Dr Shaneen Fantin
Director of POD (People Oriented Design), Adjunct Associate Professor at UQ and JCU
Shaneen is a designer, writer and innovator. She has specialist expertise in housing and health projects, community engagement and design participation. She is well known for her design, consultation, and management prowess and workshop facilitation skills. Shaneen has a rare combination of ability and experience that includes architecture, project & program management, community engagement, research and teaching. Shaneen holds a PhD from the University of Queensland on the relationship between design and culture in Aboriginal housing and has applied this research knowledge on over a dozen Indigenous housing and health projects in Queensland, the Northern Territory, New South Wales, South Australia and Canada. Shaneen is a regular contributor to Architecture Australia, Houses and Sanctuary Magazines and is the author of many journal articles and book chapters.
Non Member | $35
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